University of Oregon plans $60.5M purchase of former Concordia Portland campus for Ballmer Institute
The University of Oregon plans to move forward with its purchase of the former Concordia University Portland campus — a critical step toward creating The Ballmer Institute for Children’s Behavioral Health. The former Concordia campus, where the institute would reside, has a more than 100-year history in Northeast Portland, located in a neighborhood named after it. Along with Concordia Portland, HotChalk is suing the Lutheran Church Missouri Synod, which supervises the larger Concordia University System and the Lutheran Church Extension Fund, a nonprofit financial institution that supports Synod organizations and currently owns the Concordia campus. According to reporting from the Portland Business Journal, Warner Pacific University lost out on a bid on the Concordia Portland campus in hopes of relocating its own Southeast Portland campus, which is facing roughly $75 million in deferred maintenance. If UO’s board approves the purchase agreement for the former Concordia Portland campus, the university has big plans for the Ballmer Institute.
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The University of Akron College of Business’s Fisher Institute held a grand re-opening with important stakeholders. On April 29, 2022, the Fisher Institute held a grand reopening through the Fisher Corporate Partners Meeting from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Attendees included students, corporate partners and UA faculty and staff members. “The Fisher Institute for Professional Selling is the second oldest university sales education program in the USA. The event featured a networking breakfast, awards, guest speakers and informative updates regarding the Fisher Institute for professional selling. “The Fisher Institute has amazing things coming in the future years and we are just getting started,” Littlejohn said.
(May 25, 2022) – The Wine Business Institute (WBI) of the School of Business and Economics (SBE) at Sonoma State University (SSU) will be celebrating its 25th anniversary event (underwritten by Brown-Forman) on Tuesday, May 31st, 2022, from 5:30 to 7:30pm at the Wine Spectator Learning Center, home to the WBI on the Sonoma State University campus. The following speakers including, Congressman Mike Thompson (5th District), Gary Heck of Korbel Champagne Cellars, Dean Jean-Francois (JF) Coget of the School of Business and Economics, Ray Johnson, Executive Director of the Wine Business Institute, Professor, Kyuho Lee, Ph.D., Marketing, Wine Business, & Operations Management Area Chair (SSU), Professor, Armand Gilinsky, Jr., Ph.D., Korbel Professor of Wine Business (SBE) and Stephanie Peachey, Alumni Liaison, Marketing and Growth Marketing Executive; will focus on what it means to be a leader with purpose. Awardees of the Wine Business Institute Scholarship program have demonstrated achievements and professional goals related to the values and priorities of the School of Business and Economics including but not limited to; diversity and inclusivity, sustainability and environmental inquiry, connectivity and community engagement, entrepreneurship and innovation. About the Wine Business InstituteThe Wine Business Institute (WBI) serves as an intellectual and industry center for faculty, students, and the business community. For more information about degree and certificate programs or wine business research https://sbe.sonoma.edu/winebiz.
The 22nd Annual LEAD1 Institute will take place on July 10-13th, at the University of Notre Dame and first-ever Deborah A. Yow Scholarship Award to be given to top female senior administrator. The LEAD1 Association ("LEAD1"), which represents the athletics directors of the 130-member schools of the Football Bowl Subdivision ("FBS"), announced today that the 2022 LEAD1 Institute will be held on July 10-13th at the University of Notre Dame in South Bend, Indiana. For more than two decades, the Institute has served as one of college sport's premier professional development programs designed to help senior athletics administrators prepare to become the next generation of athletics directors. In addition, LEAD1 will once again award various scholarships to selected athletics administrators to attend the Institute. "After postponing for nearly two years due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we are thrilled to finally host this year's Institute in-person at Notre Dame," said Tom McMillen, President and CEO of LEAD1.
Sophia Kucera, Daniel Chinchilla, Hannah Taylor and Charlie Dvergsten participated in the Iowa Youth Institute on Friday, April 22. The Iowa Youth Institute is the youth outreach program of the World Food Prize, which seeks to increase food quality and availability for people around the world. These four students wrote a World Food Prize paper for their Accelerated English class and were selected to represent Storm Lake High School at the Iowa Youth Institute. Charlie wrote about water scarcity in Libya. Sophia researched water scarcity in Yemen and Daniel explored water scarcity in Ethiopia.
Josh Ehambe, 25, of Arlington, is a graduate student in the Faith & Sports Institute who also serves as assistant chaplain for the Baylor men’s basketball and football teams. The Faith and Sports Institute is a team of athletes, coaches, chaplains, and scholars who provide theological education, compelling research, and formative practices for Christians in sports. Its designation as a Christian, Division I, and R1 research university means research is being conducted at the highest level. “Absolutely, I think I would not be so focused on performing and just play freely out there,” Ehambe said. Cindy White, program director and co-founder of the institute, said they are ready to reinforce parents and coaches when it comes to offering guidance to young athletes.
You have successfully cast your vote Login to view resultMUMBAI: Multi-disciplinary institute for higher education, Jio Institute, on Monday said it has appointed Prof Guruswami Ravichandran from the California Institute of Technology (Caltech) as its Provost.The institute was set up as a philanthropic initiative by Reliance Industries and Reliance Foundation. "It gives me pleasure to welcome Dr. Ravichandran in the Jio Institute and Reliance family. "With faculty drawn from top-notch institutions across the world, Jio Institute is envisioned to be global while retaining its Indian essence. They will be offered from Jio Institute's campus at Navi Mumbai which features state-of-the-art infrastructure," the institute said in a statement. Jio Institute is also offering scholarships of up to 100 per cent on the tuition fees for deserving candidates."
The Zoryan Institute is pleased to announce the launch of a new Genocide Education Program titled, Promoting Equity, Tolerance and Reconciliation Through Genocide Education, funded by the Ontario Ministry of Education. With the support of the Zoryan Institute Board of Directors, genocide education specialists, secondary school level educators, and curriculum consultants, the Institute developed an effective and impactful lesson plan for this program. Megan Reid, the Zoryan Institute’s Deputy Executive Director, when asked about the reasons behind the development of this program, stated:“The Zoryan Institute is the largest independent research institute focused on genocide and human rights research, scholarship, and education. Babikian, in collaboration with the Zoryan Institute, has been instrumental in bringing genocide education to Ontario high schools since 2008, through the development the Grade 11 TDSB Course, Genocide: Historical and Contemporary Implications. The Zoryan Institute of Canada, is a Toronto-based non-profit organization that serves the cause of scholarship and public awareness relating to issues of universal human rights, genocide, and diaspora-homeland relations.
Students at Seoul Institute of the Arts have their bases coveredTo Chinese high schooler Chen Zhuo, seeing comedian and M.C. To celebrate its anniversary and to highlight how the institute's talents were trained during its golden years, Seoul Institute of the Arts is preparing to make a drama named, tentatively, “Seoul Yejeon” to be released in the second half of this year. Some Culture Hub programs are done in English, which international students find themselves more comfortable with. It also added a new mentor program for international students and gathered testimonies from both Korean and international students who had gone through the process already.“For graduating students, having a great portfolio to submit is important,” said Park Kkot-yi, staff of the school’s international relations team. That’s what Seoul Institute of the Arts does by keeping a close connection with its alumni.”BY LEE SUN-MIN [[email protected]]
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Does Seoul Institute of the Arts accept foreign students?Seoul Institute of the Arts offers international students a scholarship covering 100 percent of tuition for top incoming freshman. In addition, students who maintain a GPA of 3.0 or above qualify for scholarships up to half of tuition.
Is Seoul Institute of the Arts good?Seoul Institute of the Arts is a prominent educational institution specializing in the Arts located in Ansan, Gyeonggi Province, South Korea. The school has nurtured many graduates who are actively working in art related fields within Korea as well as internationally.n...nSeoul Institute of the Arts.서울예술대학교Campus viewWebsitewww.seoularts.ac.kr
Is Seoul Institute of arts a good school?Seoul Institute of the Arts is a prominent educational institution specializing in the Arts located in Ansan, Gyeonggi Province, South Korea. The school has nurtured many graduates who are actively working in art related fields within Korea as well as internationally.n...nSeoul Institute of the Arts.서울예술대학교Campus viewWebsitewww.seoularts.ac.kr
How much does Seoul Institute of the Arts cost?or 서울예술대학교 - higher education institution in South Korea. In the capital of South Korea - Seoul, the main building of the university has its well deserved place.n...nUniPage guidance in the admission process.1TitleSeoul National UniversityCitySeoulBachelor6,775 USDMaster4,303 USD
How can I go to Seoul Institute of Arts?Admission Requirements: Applicants must attain a minimum GPA of 3.0 or above to qualify to get into Seoul Arts. Language Requirement: The applicants are required to have achieved TOPIK level 4 or higher.
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